fonefan (52397) - VestJylland, DENMARK - JAN 1, 2018
AshtonMcCobb (7029) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - SEP 25, 2017
Bottle 750ml. @ Cafe Beermoth, 70 Tib Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester, England M4 1LG.
[ As Six Degrees North / d'Oude Maalderij ATC 1.4 ].
Clear medium to dark red brown colour with a large, frothy - creamy, good lacing, mostly lasting, beige head. Aroma is moderate malty, dark malt, peat - plastic, peat, raisin, plum, dark fruit. Flavor is moderate sweet and bitter with a long duration, peat, dark malt, fruity malt, roasted, fruity, dark fruit, plum. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft. 
On keg at Six Degrees North, Edinburgh.
Appearance - dark brown almost black but with some autumnal red chinks. OK head.
Nose - light sourness expected more. Ah that's because the whisky is overwhelming it. A touch of seaweed and smoke from the barrel I'm sure. So is it Islay or maybe Talisker?
Taste - metal, seaweed and smoke. Nuts and chocolate slip in behind.
Palate - medium bodied and confusing. OK so in one way it's rich and generous. In another it's lean and hiding everything in the seaweed.
Overall - complex. Initially confusing but there was enough return on the extra effort. TomHendriksen (1015) - NETHERLANDS - APR 24, 2017
Fles gedeeld met LiekevdV. Het is een donker roodbruin bier. Met een rokerige smaak. witthatsbier (597) - glasgow, SCOTLAND - FEB 23, 2017
pours a dark brown colour thin white head
Aroma is chemical like cleaning liquid
Taste again very chemical soapy taste bit sour
sjogro (5116) - The Hague, NETHERLANDS - FEB 3, 2017
Sampled from bottle at THT Februari at "De Zuipschuit". Hazy dark brown with tan head. Chocolate and light sour rotten wood, ink. Unripe peach. Light sweet moderate bitter and light sour. Medium body. Bit peaty and sour dirty but still an enjoyable beer.
kermis (14999) - The Hague / Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS - FEB 3, 2017
Bottle shared at THT. Brown with a small tan head. Aroma of whiskey, oak barrel, lightly tart ripe fruits and caramel. Flavour is moderate sweet, light moderate bitter and light sour. Medium bodied with soft carbonation. Maakun (6814) - The Hague, NETHERLANDS - FEB 3, 2017
Bottle at February THT. Dark reddish brown with beige head. Lots of herbs, oxidized notes, light red wine, light peat, light vanilla, dusty old wood. Under medium sweet and bitter.
Medium bodied. madmitch76 (26440) - , Essex, ENGLAND - JAN 2, 2017
24th November 2016Theydon_Bois (21484) - Hazlemere, the lower Xhitlerns, Buckinghamshire, ENGLAND - DEC 16, 2016
Grand tasting at Craft Islington with Hackobock. Thanks to Padraig. Clear deep amber beer, small pale tan head. Palate is smooth and semi dry, decent carbonation. Thin malts. Mildly sour fruits, touch of cherry. Mellow peat, but dominant to irritate. Not my scene.
Bottle split at the Hacobock tasting, thanks to Padraig, 24/11/16.
Rich mahogany brown with a decent light beige cap.
Nose is biscuit, toffee, straw, grains, subtle barrel, tarte red berry must.
Taste comprises light smoke, toasted grains, TCP, toffee, spice, tangy berry skins, fruit rinds, earthy.
Medium bodied, fine carbonation, semi drying close with a big smoky linger.
Ok - ish but overly smoky, lacks balance for me. The_Osprey (9721) - Richmond, Greater London, ENGLAND - DEC 13, 2016
November 2015 - Bottle share at CBC Islington. Thanks Padraig! As ’Six Degrees North ATC 1.4’, collab with d’Oude Maalderij. Brown with a red hue, foamy tan head leaves light lacing. Aroma is fabric plaster, smoke, peat, papery. Mostly fabric plaster peat. Body is light, tingly carbonation, frothy. Taste is papery and watery, fabric plasters. The base of this beer is nowhere near as robust as it needs to be to carry the peat, and it’s not really delivering on the sour front either. Too thin, but alright. (3.1)